Haralambos & Holborn Sociology Themes And Perspectives

The Haralambos & Holborn Sociology Themes and Perspectives is a quite popular book. The first two editions were written by Michael Haralambos, who also contributed to the succeeding versions. Martin Holborn has co-authored the last six editions of Sociology: Themes and Perspectives and has extensive experience as a teacher, examiner, and author. The popularity of … Read more

Book Review: “A World Without Men” by Randall Moore

In Randall Moore’s thought-provoking novel, “A World Without Men,” readers are transported to a society where men have mysteriously vanished, leaving behind a world reshaped by their absence. Through the eyes of the resilient protagonist, Eleanora Duncan, Moore crafts a narrative that delves deep into themes of gender dynamics, societal structures, and the essence of … Read more

Dumpster, for God’s Sake by Ben Stoltzfus: Book Review

The name of the story, ‘Dumpster,’ might provide some insight to the readers as to what it entails. However, the dumpster is just the surface value answer to the questions explored by Ben Stoltzfus. The book is filled with satirical comments in instances that can’t even be thought of generally. As soon as Reverend Newell … Read more

Transgression by Ben Stoltzfus: Book Review

“Transgression: Hitler, Mirka, Mireille and Me” is a captivating autofiction that seamlessly blends personal introspection with the backdrop of historical events, creating a narrative that is both engaging and thought-provoking. Through the eyes of the protagonist, readers are taken on a poignant journey from Bulgaria to the United States, where the complexities of youth, love, … Read more

Triskele by Barbara D’Amato – Book Review

Triskele literally means three legs and readers might be intrigued with the knowledge that this word is not explained till the end of the book. In the story named Triskele written by B. D’Amato we find ourselves face to face with some cruel realities this world has to offer. Even though it is written as … Read more


The book ‘Vivie’s Secret’ by Terry Lee Caruthers provides a grasping hold on the story that mainstreams the spontaneous statewide movement against the People’s Republic of Hungary and its Soviet-imposed policies there. This debut book of the author chronicles the challenges faced by a young cat lover,  refugee, and  rescuer in the form of fiction. … Read more